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 Irritant (California) IRRITANT is from Sacramento, CA formed in 1998 and played their last show in 2014. (please change bio, We are NOT the band from the UK) Irritant Mar 30, 2023
 Mark Smith Set: See Her Tonite, I Fall, New Rose, Help, Fan Club, Fish, Born To Kill, Neat Neat Neat, I Feel Alright, Plan 9 Channel 7, Noise Noise Noise, I Just Can't Be Happy Today, Sanity Clause, Smash It Up, Love Song. encore 1 - Daytripper, Looking At You. encore 2 - The Turkey Song, The Last Time. Comments: Another farewell tour 'We Really Must Be Going Now'. Dave Vanian, Captain Sensible, Brian James, Rat Scabies, Paul Gray. The first 4 personnel played 'See Her Tonite' to 'I Feel Alright', then an on stage changeover saw Brian James leave the stage, Captain Sensible move over to lead guitar, and Paul Gray join on bass, to play 'Plan 9 Channel 7' to 'Love Song'. All 5 band members took part in the 2 encores (with the exception of 'The Turkey Song'). Support from 999. We really must be going Mar 30, 2023
 Lynn Marlow From the venue: HYAENAS: Embodying the energy & ferocity of their animal namesake, Hyaenas is a new Indie Rock/Synth Pop band taking the scene by storm. With fun, catchy hooks, their songs are written through a queer feminist lens - exploring meaningful themes from acceptance to vigilance, celebrating a love of nature, self worth, and social justice while drawing inspiration from 80’s icons The Go-Go’s to modern day Indie darlings The Beaches, and synth-pop power quartet Metric. Hyaenas has been making waves across Western Canada with performances at Squamish Constellation Festival, Coldsnap Festival, Pride Festivals in Vancouver, Fernie, & Salmon Arm, and Khatsahlano Street Party, and has shared the stage with Lauren Ruth Ward, The Pack AD, Kimmortal, and Fake Shark. The palpable chemistry between Sophie Heppell (guitar, vocals), Jessie Robertson (bass), Jen Foster (drums) and Luvia Petersen (synth) make this brand new band feel like it has always been. Their debut EP “Little Trophy”, produced by coveted Vancouver producers Elisa Pangsaeng (Said The Whale, Yukon Blonde) and Jesse Gander (The Pack AD, White Lung), is out now! KIMMORTAL: Kimmortal is a queer non-binary filipinx multi-hyphenate artist born in Vancouver, BC on the unceded ancestral territories of the Coast Salish peoples Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Nations. Combining their passion for hip hop, visual art, theatre, spoken word, ancestral wisdom, and liberation, Kimmortal strives to build worlds that make queer and diasporic weird kids feel like they belong. Known for their powerful stage presence and multi-dimensional approach to music, Kimmortal has opened for some of their favourite artists including Thundercat, Saul Williams, Shad K, Ruby Ibarra, Saba, Bif Naked, and Gabriel Teodros. They have performed in SXSW, Junofest, Rifflandia, NXNE, Winnipeg Pride Festival, Taking Black Pride (Seattle), and Reeperbahn Germany. Their last album “X marks the Swirl” was announced by Buffy St. Marie as a long-listed nominee for the Polaris in 2019. Later that year it was recognized as top 19 albums of 2019 via CBC and nominated in the 2020 "Hip Hop and Rap" category of Breakout West Music Awards. CARDIOGRAMS (calgary): Cardiograms are a dual-lead vocal harmony, upbeat melancholy Dark/Dream-pop band. Nicola Cavanagh: Heartache on vocals & guitar. Jess Rox: Heartbreak on vocals & keys. Marek Vermin: Heartthrob on bass. Joel Nye: Heartbeat on drums. Cardiograms will steal your heart & break it! Release Party of Hyaenas’ Little Trophy Album Mar 30, 2023
 Kskreider https://archive.org/details/nma2023-03-11.kreider North Mississippi Allstars Mar 30, 2023
 Caleb Allport First gig I ever went to - 3 Daft Monkeys supported and became a band that I still follow today. I was just 8 years old and the show had an immense impact on my inspiration and influences to become a musician Levellers Mar 30, 2023
 Metal Rider I can think of at least two concerts missing from this. Black Sabbath in 1980 on the Heaven And Hell tour and Jefferson Starship on the Freedom At Point Zero tour. I saw both of them. Lloyd Noble Center Mar 30, 2023
 Sumenyc In looking for something related to the August 8, 1974 CSNY concert, I saw the previous comments. The concert was Thursday, August 8, not the 9th. It was the evening of August 8th that Nixon announce from the Oval Office that he would resign the following day, effective as of noon. Nixon's speech was at 9pm on August 8, in the middle of the concert. Crosby Stills Nash & Young Mar 30, 2023
 Louise Halsey NxWorries (Anderson.Paak & Knxwledge) Buddy Guy Damn Right Farwell (w/Christine “Kingfish” Ingram & Samantha Fish plus Bobby Rush) Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers (w/John Scofield, Kenny Garrett & Christian McBride) Blue Note Jazz Festival Mar 29, 2023
 Larry Pinkwinder I would like to know why only four concerts are shown on this website for the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in 1978 when I have two ticket stubs dated March 7 of that year for Section D, Row 11,Seats 5 and 7? Black Sabbath Mar 29, 2023
 Jeffrey Lee <b>Midnight Snack</b> is a Pop R&B trio consisting of Tje Austin, Miggy Milla and Zack Morgan. Formed in 2020 as "Miggy & Tje", and adopting their new name in the Summer of 2022, their sound feels familiar like something you've heard your whole life, but with a sprinkle of something new and unique that leaves you wanting more. Playing as a trio primarily, they also collaborate with some of Austin's finest musicians for full-band live experiences. With highlights including a SXSW Showcase in 2021, and playing some of Austin's favorite venues such as Saxon Pub, 3TEN, Scoot Inn, Half Step, and their monthly Pershing residency - they have quickly grown to become a staple in the Austin music community. Midnight Snack Mar 29, 2023
 Ricky Racer Cheap Trick is coming to the Fred in Peachtree City! Originally forming in 1973, Cheap Trick broke through to mainstream popularity in 1979 with their breakthrough No. 4 live album, At Budokan, and the Top 10 single “I Want You To Want Me.” The bands follow-up album, Dream Police reached No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart. The band has won over legions of loyal fans with 17 studio albums and a catalog of hits such as “Surrender,” “Ain’t That A Shame,” “Dream Police,” “The Flame,” and more. Throughout their career, which spans more than 5 decades, the band has performed more than 5,000 live shows and has sold more than 20 million albums. Cheap Trick was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016. Their heavy guitar-driven sound, laden with punk-rock undertones delicately balanced with power pop paved the way for arena rock acts and has been cited as influencing artists such as Nirvana, Green Day, Pearl Jam, and Smashing Pumpkins. Cheap Trick Mar 29, 2023
 Tmg Lost Encore was "I Don't Like Mondays" (One of the first live performances of song about San Diego school shooting that occurred 1/29/79) The Boomtown Rats Mar 29, 2023
 Cullend0521 I have seen T.O.P. twice, in California, not sure of dates and place, and Houston Soul with a Capital S Mar 29, 2023
 Staggerlee My First Morning Dew I believe Grateful Dead Mar 29, 2023
 George Delahooke how do i see rock band i saw at Dorton Arena n.c. in the 70's? Jethro Tull Mar 29, 2023
 Chris Kimpson These pics are amazing. One of the dopest gigs I’d ever been to. Thanks for sharing! Wow Buried Alive / Vision of Disorder / Skarhead / Candiria / Angel Rot Mar 29, 2023
 Ess En No one heard Groundhogs at this show. They cancelled and weren't there. The band "Ramatam" filled-in, which had Mitch Mitchell (Jimi Hendrix) on drums. I'm not the only one that remembers this. 7th comment in: https://www.daytonhistorybooks.com/board/board_topic/1550893/453000.htm?page=2 Black Sabbath / Groundhogs Mar 28, 2023
 Ricky Racer The Alabama Theater looks great. Alabama Theater Mar 28, 2023
 Wicked Goddess Weird Al joined Sparks on stage for "Amateur Hour" Sparks Mar 28, 2023
 Davidhanvey I also remember Fleetwood Mac here, but I believe it was during the RUMOURS tour. Carolina Coliseum Mar 28, 2023